Friday Lunchtime Lectures
About This Show
Friday Lunchtime Lectures are for everyone. Held in the Open Data Institute every Friday at lunchtime, topics range from healthcare to making the best choice when selecting a university, all with an open data twist. The lectures do not require any specialist knowledge, and are about communicating the meaning and impact of open data for everyday life.
Most Recent Episode
ODI Podcast: Food banks, data and social change
ODI Writer / Editor Anna Scott speaks with Andy Hamflett and Simon Raper about how open data can help reduce food poverty.
Andy and Simon have worked together to create the UK’s first dynamic visualisation tool for food poverty, by aligning the Trussell Trust Foodbank Network’s client and food bank location data with a range of open datasets.
Find out more at http://theodi.org/blog/odi-podcast-fighting-hunger-with-data